Comment on To Love-Ru Momo Velia Deviluke Bikini Figure by Yamato:

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it might be possible for a tail to be unconnected to the spine. Just try thinking of it as an extra limb, like an arm or leg, and it might not seem so farfetched.


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  • To Love-Ru Momo Velia Deviluke Bikini Figure:
    gashapon’s not exactly terrible. That shit’s about 400 yen a turn for a reason (I should know, I played with a couple myself). Given, these figures tend to cost about 20 times that amount, but still, it’s immensely better than the cheap, plastic rings we have in the states.

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